HP is out with great second quarter financial results. Much of the coverage has been about cost-cutting. Global managers believe that innovation and design play key roles in HP’s success.
Here is what corporate managers around the world said on the BW/BCG survey of Most Innovative Companies in the World:
“Design and niche vehicles
Ink jet technology for printers
Consumer friendly products, suiting the pocket size (purchase power)
like the commercials
Again leading edge technologies
Actively working with diversity to get new innovative thinking into company culture.
Balance commodity product portfolio with research into new products
and enhanced products. Combine that with supply chain operations.
They are a reliable provider of hardware
They are coming back with a vengeance with nwe, better products.
commited to low cost manufacturing
Nearly 30 year in the printer business and getting better everyday.
Great photo printers and full line of tchnology including MRI machines operating
The amount of patents they produce is amazing
Constant innovative new technologies
They are making great strides - esp. after the rough times earlier in the year. They have bounced back nicely
Innovation is a tradition with them.
Providing cost effective and competitive products
at the leading edge of high end microprocessor adoption
Still generates buzz, especially on the Printers side.”
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